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!i mid after Monday, Aug. 3, 1868, trains
hi roid will run as follows i
k C nUENSBURO -
; "i 15 A. II., connecting with Day Exp.
Y.ASt and Phil. Exp. West.
" ! ." ?. M., connecting with Phi'a. Exp.
i-t and Mail Train West.
, r ' .-; VSON
v M., or on departure of Thil.
: ? West.
; 4 M.. cr on departure of Pbila.
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: re agents for TflE Alle-
i:i their respective neighbor
' will receive the names of
- : - Tiber. for our paper, and orders
::!ing and job work, and will
:i ur names for all moneys handed
: r us. Now is the time to take advan-
!' our advance subscription rates!
'f- jttg? in clutrijfd on TlIE ALLEOHA
NiAN i.t C'ambri'2 cvnt.y.
; "s;Wlik Tp -- kx Hawkeswortu.
' rrnl 'town E. V. liAEEER.
' " J?,nng3 M. u. wassee, LsQ.
'I J. M. Ciibistt.
-'Ti'-v Capt. Vfu. ft. Joxib. "
y .fin Tp Johx PORTER.
i . !! Tp Orno Stv.ner.
l p .Capt. F. M. Flanaoas.
''v. .v Joseph Miller, Esy.
A new paper, -raited
.The harn of Mr.
d. h.is been established in Phil-
Chiy t'wn.-hlp, Ilun-
f.-ior. an da
; .Miter eountv
. . :j Kvh-r, in
: I c-uury. was destroyed by fire on
flight of the loth inst. Supposed to
boon the work of an incendiary
iil. cn loavorl:ig to arrest two men who
were lighting in Altoona. some days ago,
Ohief-oi- !iee Ely was sht through the
!ger by one of the pugilists. Ib) was
it slightly injured The borough au
di r;ties have placed good, substantial
rumps in four public wells ou High St.,
1 they are now all in successful opera
i. They will prove a great public
. ,:ve:iieii'-e....Mr. Isaac Ilildebrand, of
li i;::iiigd n, has been appointed a mail
at on the Pa. Railroad between Ilnu
i a and Altoona V couple of weeks j
. a nixn named Frank II iv, a painter
rraie, eugiged to punt a house for Mr.
'.n Geary, iu Dcrry township, Wcst-
i i i t land county, becoming tired of the
j-ib, he broke open a trunk belonging to
t 1 1 V "V . .
i.HT. ir.. st.lo Z.t'i in silver arid IU in
fl, aii'f then decamped Juuiata conn- t
v has vted against removing its count v
- tt vairruit named Painter has been
stod and committed to the Indiana
I .ii i' r larceny-. It is tlu-ught that he
l-'.i.u- i., t!i.- i...in a-k. .......
Mi double murder near Apollo, Westmore-
After tue 33attle. The late can
vass was prosecuted in a spirit of most
bitter and unscrupulous partizanship by
the Democratic press of this State. Not
content with the legitimate "weapons of
political warfare, they had recourse to vi
tuperation and billingsgate to further the
cause of their candidates, and dealt lar-e-ly
in the staple of downright falsehood.
They did not appeal to the reason of the
people, but to their passions and prejudi
ces ; they did not endeavor to enlighten
them, but to deceive . them and lead them
astray. A good illustration of their bush
whacking style of lighting is contained in
a statement published in the Altooria T7t
dicator on the eve of election, to the effect
that Capt. Robert V. Hunt, as the agent
of Hon. I. J. Morrell, had attempted to
hire a man named Coleman to work for
the Cambria Iron Co., on condition that
Coleman (who is a Democrat) would vote
for Mr. Morrell for Congress. Capt. II.
brands the charge as utterly devoid of
truth, and, in order to make matters
straight, has entered prosecution against j
th Vindicator for libel. Pretty much
the same tactics were practiced in Hun
tingdon county. The Huntingdon Moni
tor, for weeks before the election, aboun
ded in articles derogatory to the public
and private character of Capt. 2seely, the
Republican candidate for Sheriff. Capt.
Xcely was triumphantly elected, but he
docs not appear to be so. defied with this
vindication of his character by the people,
for we k-aru that he has instituted legal
proceedings against the Monitor on he
charge of libel. Those who dance must
of course expect to pay the piper.
A Woman Commits Slicide. A
correspondent sends us the following from
Cresson : "A melancholv afTair occurred
at Summit last Sunday morning. A Mrs.
Otterson, who had come to that place from
California about four weeks ago, after
getting up in the morning, deliberately
fastened one end of a bedeord to the bed
post -and secured the other around her
neck, and hanged herself till she was dead.
Some neighbors called at her house in the
morning, but found the door locked.
Thinking she was not up, they went to
mas,?. After church, they went again to
the house, but the door was still locked ;
when, becoming alarmed, they broke in
the door, and were horrified to iind the
woman, iu a sitting position, cold and
stiff in death. Temporary insanity is as
signed as the cause of ths rash act. The
deceased was about G5 years old, and was
in comfortable circumstances. She resi
ded at Summit a number of years before
going to California."
Who Knows t -Twetitv-ei-rht or tlilr-
j ud county, in lfiGo, J inventions ty years ago, there lived in Kbensbur- a
1 ';7aaJc arJ--.v -..A brakeman maa uaincd Gunning S. Ikdford. His
I :,:,1 James .hearer was run over by a profci5sion ,vas that of school.teacher.
F ' ' f t 1 I II t 11 1. ...... . 1
trin at Perry statiou on the 20th
!.t. and his head severed eutirely
i:;s body ee advertisement of a
i -tand. &.C., for sale William Rob-
i ;v 1. while carrying a hod in the
.(l i;c church in this place, on
.. dipped and fell fi-om a raised
. . ' the ground floor, a distance of
and rolled from the ground-
- il.vceJl.tr. a further distance of
' 'ix feet. Strange to say, he was
J;r!itly hurt.. ..The Pennsylvania
i I.ii.jlo of Honor will meet in
vvii on the third Tuesday of next
i a ..V, e are having a slight attack of
h . Kan Suaim.r just now....The Republi
cans of.JohKt.,vn on last Saturday even-
ii.ki a puoue j oiuucation over the -reat
-t-ry of the 13th. It is reported
-f-wueen a lively affaIr....S1uirreI and
!:a:l game are .-aid to be uite
iu the neighboring woods.. ..The
. II. station-hous nt. v;u.
aaji ri ;
' mpleted... .The potato crop in this
i aid to have yielded remarkably
-'ol- John 31. Bowman, of Johns-
. in town the other day, iookin-
mterests oi the (iovernment in
'x....ihe attention of the reader is
i t tne advertisement elsewhere of
r- ii's Magazine.". ..There isascarci
;i iu r.bensburg.
J1"- AMr-Aiax. The jollification of
f 'T-.T.t zn, Tanners' 'clubs over the
i- '.-can victories, last Inday
wa- a grand affair. The torch
" -i -u was very large, and cm
" I'ie new and unioue features.
' -rs. armed cap-a-pie, and a dele-
- 4t-w the Carpet-bag Brigade, that
' u - f -htmare that hangs hcavy up)n
"'I -f the disloyal South. The route
ll-r' 'eeS.-Il ill W:u 1-.- -
riay d fireworks. The vast
rt paired to the Town Hall, where
addros were delivered by SamI.
A. A. Barler. and
i .... i
-aouier uemori;tration f a dm-iira-ter-the
la.t before the election
'; 1 next Saturday eveuin
yi W delivered by Ilon.IIarn-
Many of our local readers will probablv
remember the name and the man. He
"u.-i uMiuuu, ami caa a son, wno was
called Gunning S. Bedford, jr. Mr. Bed
ford, sr., after tarrying and teaching here
a while, moved away, and was lost sight
of in the great world. On the 22d inst.
the convention of the Tammany organiza
tiou (Democratic) of Xew York citv nom
inated their ticket of local officers to be
supported on the 3d inst. In the list of
candidates nominated, we find the follow
ing name :
For Cy JuJge Grx.vixa S. Bedfobd, jr.
Is this the Gunning S. Bedford, jr., who,
an eight-year-old urchin, trod the streets
of Kbensburg twenty-eight or thirty years
ago .' ho knows t
To Correspondents. Last week we
received a communication headed '-Something
to Ponder Over," and signed "Pru
dence." It was not published, for the
reasjn that no bona-fide, responsible name
accompanied it. We ere always glad to
receive communications on subjects of
current interest from our friends ; but it
is a rule which we have often announced,
and from which we will not depart, that
we will publish no communication unless
the name of the author is furnished us
not necessarily for publication, but as a
guaranty of good faith.
LETTER IEOM HEMLOCK GRAND REPUBLICAN
JOLLITICATICK SPEECHES, 5CXQ3, TOASTS,
ASD A BCPPER.
Hemlock, Oct. 24, 1868.
To the Editort of Tht Alleghanian :
A jollification meeting was held . on
Thursday evening, 22d inst., by the Grant
club of this place, at the ''Grant House."
After the meeting was organized, it was
eloquently addressed by Mr. Jesse Wood
cock, of Fort Hartness. An adjournment
was then had for supper. The supper was
prepared by Mrs. Richard Tr tter, a good
Republican lady, who fully understands
the culinary business. After justice had
been done to it, a keg of lager was put
through, accompanied by a number of
toasts, which I append. Several songs
were sung by the Hemlock Glee Club.
After which, Mr. John Williams, ex-post-ma?ter
of Hemlock, was called upon for a
speech. He responded in an able man
ner. The Dext speaker was James M.
Burk, a native of Washington township,
who was born and bred a Demoerat, but,
perceiving the error of his ways, became a
Republican some three or four years ago.
His change of politics seems to trouble the
Democracy to such an extent that they
arc doing all in their power to deprive
him of his vote. The Assessor acciden
tally omitted the middle letter of his name
from the assessment rolL?j and the wire
working Democrats made that a pretext to
challenge his vote. They clung to the
challenge for over an hour, until, at last,
the Assessor came forward and identified
him as the man whose name appeared on
the roll. Mr. lJurke's speech was well
received. At about ll o'clock, the club
The toasts were as follow :
By Zack George Here is to V and U. S. G.
By C. Stndt Grant and Colfaa, our next
President and Vice President.
Bv Henry Ehrenfelt That Grant maj run
the highest vote ever cast.
Bj iS. Ship Jlere is to the flag of our
country, with Grant at its head.
By F. A. Thompson Seymour and Blair:
May they be bmaniered with a blacksmith's
hammer until they whistle the star spangled
By Philip George ?.I?y Snour and Blair
be ridden on a rrnl for tL. : xtour years.
By James Burk Health to ?lje sick, suc
cess to the brave, peace to a'-.' couutrj, and
freedom to the slave.
By Albert Conrad May Grant and Co'fax
be elected in 1808, and re-elected in 1872.
By Thomas .Myer General U. S. Grant,
the Western tnun who marches his forces to
Richmond from the guarded Kapidan.
By Stephen Miller Here is to bT. S. Grant
au.t ihe whole republican ticket.
By Albert George My hope : that Grant
may be our next President.
By Frederick George, jr. Here is to Grant
and the Republican party.
By Thomas Courad The arch-traitor Jeff.
Davis: may he live till he dies, an i when he
dies may the scaffold have ic3 due.
By William Tiiey The star spangled ban
ner, long may it wave o'er the land of the
iree ana the home of the brave I
By Frank Conrad Success to Crant and
. n I f ) T 1 li n rt-.v . . ...
- inuinucs; men or uie ge.
By Rufas Martz Here is to the Democrat
ic rooster that cannot crow, for our little man
Grant will lay him low.
By James Conrad Pentsvlvania, the Kev
stoue of the federal arch : good for twenty
five thousand majority for Grant.
By Geo. Y. Miller Ohio, Pennsylvania's
noble sister State : good for thirtv-five thou
sand majority for Grant.
By Jesse Woodcock Gen. Grant, the tan
ner: may he tan the hides cf all Southern
rebels w-.th a rattan.
By John Vilkin The P.cpublican Indies of
Hemlock, may they never cease to enee-:rAre
By John Williams That-our noble Club
may chaat to the victory and future reisn of
By V. Hall That the bone? of trrant
Kings roar serve in hell as gridirons to roast
the souls of unrepentaut rebels on.
The Last Presidential. Election
As matter of reference, wc print the
vote cast by Cambria county for President
in 1SG4 :
Cambria Tp r......
i Carroll Tp..
Chest Springs . .
Conemaugh Tp.. ..
Conemangh Bor 1 Vt
Do. 2 W
fc. Conemaugh Bor.-.
Do. V?t W...
Johnstown, I W,
Do. 2 W...
Do. 3 W
Do. 4 W
. Do. 5 TV
Do. 6 TV
TVhite Tp 1
Soldiers' vo;e in full.
McClellan's majority, 1'32.
Campaign Cixbs and Others. Yon
can Le supplied at ence with Caps and Capes
of Red, Silver or Gold Bronze ; also, Silk,
Muslin, or Bunting Flags, all sizes from five
inches to thirty feet ; Medals, Pins, Sashes,
Streamers, Song-Books, Charts, and every
thing wanted j'or the Campaign. Send your
orders to the only Manufactory in TVestern
Pennsylvania of Campaign Goods. Our de
scriptive Catalogue of these Goods can be
seen at this oScc, or by addressing
JOHN TV. PITTOCK,
. Manufacturer of Campaign Goods,
- Pittsburg, Vet.
Active men at Conventions can make
money -by selling our Good3. 11 -3t
Man Killed. On Friday last, a young
man named Peter Kinney, who resided in
Jackson township, this county, drove to
Johnstown in a common road wasron. His
mother accompanied him. While return
ing, in the evening, the wagon upset, and
the bed fell across young Kinney's neck,
either dislocating it or causing death by
strangulation. The mother was somewhat
stunned, but not badly hurt. The deceas
ed was about 22 years old.
Have you children to educate ? Send
hem to the State Normal School at Ed-
inboro. The instruction is sound, sys
tematic, and practical.
Everybody Interested.-Si ill they
comc and still there is room. It's a fact not
to be denied by any, that Spence'a new Photograph-
Gallery is the best that ever was in
Ebtnslmrg, aC'l another fact is, that Spence
takes, better pictures than any man eTer did
in this place. No wonder that people are
going to Spence's Gallery every day for pic
tures. Reader, are you supII-.'-d ? If not, go
to Spcruce, who, as an artist, has but few su
periors Pictures of all kinds taken. Gal -lerr
on Julian-st. 3t.
Xetv York Dry Goods and Millix
ket Stqbe. Reader, when you go to Johns
town, dp not forget to go to this establish
ment, (L. Mayer proprietor,) which is located
on Main-it., Parke's building, xle receives
goods direct from New York every week, and
consequently he has always on hand a very
full stock, comprising the latest and most
fashionable goods worn. Hi sells by odds
cheaper than any similar establishment in
QREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
BEXTLEVS XOX-EXrL OSIVE MEfnO-
POLITAX OIL !
M. L. Oatmax, Sole Agent for Cambria Co.
The subscriber desires to ca'l the attention
ot the public to the tact that he has purcha- I
sea tne rignt tor Cambria county to sell
"Bectley's Non-Explosive Metropolitan Oil,"
which he claims to be the
Oil manufactured. The advantages claimed
for this Oil are l
1. It is clear and clean.
2. It is non-explosive and safe.
3. It will not grease your bands, clothing,
furniture, or carpets.
4. It is fifty per cent, cheaper than any
other Oil. Price, only lo cents a quart.
TRY IT!! BUY IT!!!
One and all who have used it pronounce
it to give entire satisfaction. Givs it atrial
and be convinced of ths above facts.
TOWXSIIir AXD BOROUGn RIGHTS !
for sale at the stor? of
M. L. OATMAN,
Three doors east of Crawford's Hotel,
Ang. 13 EBSxsBma, Pa.
OOK OUT FOR BARGAINS AT
CHEAP GROCERY STORE!
3 doors east of Crawford's Hotel,
TVhere may be found ft choice selection of
Fr-sh Groceries, consisting, in part, of
BEST FAMILY FLOUR, BACON, FISH, SU
GAR, MOLASSES, SYRUP, TEAS,
COFFEE, SPICES, CHEES.:, CRACKERS,
SOAPS, CANDLES, &c. I c.
The finest brands of TOBACCO and CI
GARS kept in town may always be found
at this establishment.
Alsor a larere selection of
YANKEE NOTIONS I
all of which will be soli at the lowest prices.
A large assortment of FRUIT CANS just re
ceived and at prices which defy compe
tition. Call and examine stock be
tore purchasing elsewhere.
LAMPS. WICKS. FLUES. AXD T.AMT
TRIJJfJXGS in great variety.
I hope by fair dealing and strict attention
to business, and a determined endeavor to
please, that I may receive a share of the
ptrrrSe of a generous public. T AM
PMfcKMl.Ntl) NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
BUT WILL SELL CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
EST. M. L. OATMAN.
Aug. 13, 1868. Ebexsbcbg, Pa.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP I
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP !
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP !
For doing a family Washing ih the best and
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal to anv
in the world ! Has all the strength of old
rosin soap, with the mild and lathering qual
ities of genuine Castile. Try thi splendid
soap. Sold by the ALDEN CHEMICAL
WORKS, 4S North Front street, Phila,
T S. BARKER,
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS. CAPS, kr
HiS-st Ebensburg. Pa.
J) RICES GOING DOWN!
E RE XSli URG HARDWARE ,y HOUSD
I once mere- rctnm my sincere thank" to
my ob friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me, and
now, owing t:i the great U in prices, by
which many articles can be s,lJ as cheap as
before the war, and having a thornTgh knowl
edge of the business and the wants of the
public, I take pleasure in announcing tht I
can and will sell goods At a less figure than
any similar establishment in cit or countrv.
My stock will consist in part as follows :
DOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW STRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY.
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES asi CITS, HATCH n".
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARE
BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, Vid FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS,
SASH, RAISING, asd MATCH PLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS,
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCYTHES asd SNATHES, RAKE
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRY COM BS,
BELLS, HAMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, B REAST, II ALTER, FITII,
TONGUE, asd LOO CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, asd
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHES,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAINSPRINGS, PIVOTS, Ac.
LAMPS axd OILS,
COOKING, PARLOR, HEATING STOVE?,
TIN axd SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, axd WRINGERS,
4c, 4c, Ac, it.j Ac, Ac.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR. Ac.
TOBACCO axd CIGARS.
Odd Store Plates, Grates, and Fire Brick
alwayson hand to snit Stoves sold by me.
Will and CisUrn Pumps and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put up, at low
tST Persons owing me debts of Idng stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up a- soon as convenient, ns it takes a jjrc.it
deal of money to keep up ray stock a ' 'h
expenses, artd owing to the small proS'T' '
1 am making on goods I cannot afford r-5":
long credit the interrs. would soon est up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Ang. 13, 2gG8.
QLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY I
C. T. ROBERTS,
EBBXflECRa; Pa ;
j A HUE STOCK OF SUMMER
Goods at reduced Driees at V S R '
TV Vfi'l wan " Sh.nwl n Drrw:: l-if tim
or a set of Furs, go to R. R. Davis. If run
waut rauslin3 of any brand, go to R. R. Da
vis . If you wf.nt ciuthing of the latest
styles, and at very moderate prices, go to R.
it. Davis'. If jou want teas, cofft es or su
gars, of the very best quality, go to R. R. Da
vis'. If you want anything, go to R. R. Da
vis' cheap store.
Music. Prof. II. II. Hughe, during
the summer iust nast. was a nun"! r.f tb
9 A i A
Iowa -State Musical University, at Iowa
City, from which institution he graduated
with high honors. He has returned to
his home in this place, and cn Monday
evening last opened out a vocal music
school in the Town Hall. The term will
consist of eighteen lessons. The vmmrr
oiks, we are sure, will avail themselves of
this elegant opportunity of acuirm- a
practical knowledge of the science of
Eae Ball. A meeting of the Moun
taineer Ease Ball Club will be held at
xirker & .Son itcre this "fThnil.
v j j
vcuing, at 71 o'clock. Business of im
portance, including the election of officers
to serve during the ensuing iLx mouthy,
will be transacted.
Latest Arrival. New arrival of
groceries at M. L,. Oatman's. The largest,
cneapest and best assortment of groceries
ever brought to town are now being opened
at this establishment. The public are invit
ed to go and see for themselves. L'verythir.
guaranteed to give Satisfaction.
Just What You Want. Something
new and novel good news to tfcfe house
keeper. The Rustic Window Shade, recent
ly patented, has fewer objections than any
other window shade vet invented. For beac-
ty, cheapness and durability they are supe
rior to all others. For sale in Ebensburg
only at T. W. Williams'.
Oak Hall Clothing .Store. This
establishment located on Main-st., Johns
town, is crowded both night and day with
those in pursuit of bargains. Leopold & Bro.
have received the largeststock of clothingever
brought to Johnstown, which they are selling
at prices to snit all.- When you gs to Johns
town, con t till to call at this store. 2t.
C. T. Rt.Lrts has constantly in his store a
well selected and varied assortment nf nrt.
CANNED FRUIT, of all kiod at cles' whkh ,,e fer3 chear for
cash ; viz :
Y. S. BARKER'S. Ebensburo-. Pa.
' e- i i . ks v i I'll L'c t Tr vr" r- T rv
SILVER axd TLATED WARE,
GOLD TENS axd PENCILS, SPECTACLES,
HOWE'S, SINGER'S, 0 ROVER & BA
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, axd
BOOKS, STATIONERY, PENS, INK, PAPER,
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES axd ALBUMS,
PIPES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, axd SXUTF,
LOCKWOOD S COLLARS,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CARPET BAGS,
GFNTS" SHIRTS, CRAVATS, NECK TIES,
PASS BOOKS, DIARIES, DAY BOOKS, axd
TOYS axd NOTIONS,
And ether articles too numerous to mentions
VFEW STOCK of fiLOTlTT vn vi'nv
-L 1 cheep at V. S. BARKER'S. Eh
FRUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V
S. BARKER'S. Ebensburc. Pa.
"O00T3 AND SHOES CHEAP AT
JLJ . S. BARKER'S. Ebensburc Pa.
ALL PAPERS ALL STYLES
at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
TEW STOCK OF SUGARS FOR
canning fruit at V. S. BARKER'S.
Toys. C. T. Roberta has received an
eudless variety of toys, calculated to please
the little folks. II13 assortment embraces
everything in the toy line both useful and
ornnmental and we advise hose wanting
anything ia this line to give Chain, a call.
Just So. "Div.v, doesn't make the
man." Very true, bnt :.iia being made he is
all the bttter for being well dressed. What
ever goes to make a man "well dressed" can
be had on the most reasonable term3 at A, A.
Barker h. Son's Variety Hall.
Every Day. Every day witnesses the
uew arrival of something new in the Hard
ware line at the mammoth store of George
Huntley, who is determined to keep his stock
fully up to ti e tlemaiuls of the public His
1 oo'i; arc nil nurktd lyiv. Give him a c.tlL
Overcoats. Overcoats seem to be the
order of the day. The cold weather is com
ing oa us. The more seasonably you dress,
thi lcs3 chance of the necessity of calling on
a doctor. When in want of a good overcoat,
very cheap, go to V. S. Barker s, where you
will find a large variety.
B?5i Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired ia the best style of workmanship, and
butter, r-gg, Wool, and all Countrv
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
Furs ! J. Patton Thompson has just
opened a very large stock of Furs which he
will sell at a very low figure. Furs for la
dies, Furs for gentlemen, Furs for children, J Ebensburg, Pa
all of the latest styles in the market. H's
variety is such that one and all can be suited
in quality and price. Go and see.
LILY WniTE LEAD LINSEED
Oil, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's.
Bcy your cigars and Tobacco at Thos. TV.
MONEY WANTED !
All persons indebted to me are re
quested to pay up on or before November
next. By so doing yon will- confer a great
favor, 3 I want to enlarge my business and
neetl money to do it with.
Oct. 22, -a-zi, r.. R. THOMAS.
Thankful for prist favors, the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to business to merit
a continuance of public patronage.
IGIIEST PRICES PAID FOR augl3 C T. ROBERTS
Ho ! every one that want Pictures,
Come J e to Ebensburg and get them !
Having located in EbcrrbJ.'g. I would ver
respectfully irrfcrn: ty?e people that I am now
fully prepared tr take
in every style of the art, from the smallest
Card Picture up to Life Size.
triT' Pictures taken in any weather. "J
Every attention given to the taking of
Photographs paiuted in Oil, India Jul, or
Your attention is called to mv
FRAMES roa LARGE PICTURES,
which I will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
I ak comparison, and tiefy competion.
Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a con
tinuance cf the siime.
Gallery on Jt lian street, C.rec door
north of the Town Hull.
VTATLS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST
ll in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensbur"-.
BARRELS, KEGS, TUBS
MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS, c. '
iuig!3-.1 EBEtsRv-nr, pAt
T. T. SPENCE, Photograph